Colleen took this to heart and brought me 4 small quilts on one 108" long backing.
This first quilt was a row robin from Collen's guild, from years ago.
Nancy at Crazy Creek Creations, suggested the leaves. I angled the piano keys to match the angles in the green details in the border as well.
Next up are these two Broken Dishes quilts, of which one is the reverse of the other. Both get made at the same time. Colleen wanted these quilted the same, and chose a simple cross-hatch. She and 3 of her friends made these together, kits bought at Paducah. I think it's good to have partners in your insanity.
The cutting board gives you a good idea of scale...these pieces aren't big at all.
And the 4th quilt is another well aged quilt...Colleen's guild did a fabric swap, so each of the triangles is a unique fabric. She said this one started out really big, all laid out on the floor, but wound up very small, by the time all the seam allowances were taken.
No trouble finding 5 photos today. Thanks for looking. I had fun with your quilts Colleen.